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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the little Match Girl like?
(a) A socialist.
(b) A transcendentalist.
(c) A democrat.
(d) A communist.
2. How does Hilde feel about Alberto and Hilde trying to escape?
(a) She is angry and furious.
(b) She is unconcerned.
(c) She wants to aid them.
(d) She wants to stop them.
3. What is Marx's solution to the society's impending collapse?
(a) A classless society.
(b) A monarchy.
(c) A czar as leader.
4. How does Sophie feel about Berkeley's theory?
(a) She adopts it as her own.
(b) She finds it mystifying.
(c) That it is stupid.
5. What trails the plane that Alberto and Sophie see?
(a) A skydiver.
(b) A banner saying "Happy Birthday, Hilde."
(c) Another plane.
(d) Black smoke.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the Romantic era, what could dramas be written about?
2. What happens to the Ingebrigtsens' Mercedes?
3. What is Berkeley's theory toward perceptions?
4. What does Hilde's father order her to do?
5. As the garden party ends, what do Sophie and Alberto do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Sartre believes that freedom is a sort of curse, because freedom forces Man to make choices without guidelines. Is this applicable to Sophie's life? How?
2. Was it odd when Sophie met Alice in Wonderland and Winnie the Pooh? Why or why not?
3. Why does Sophie become shocked when she sees "Sophie's World" on a bookshelf?
4. Marx saw problems where workers did not control their workspaces. Is this true today, or is it only applicable during Marx's time? Can you think of an example?
5. What is the author's tone toward Sophie and her mother in the Berkley chapter? Why?
6. Was the point of view change in the story effective? Why?
7. Kierkegaard coined the slogan, "Question Authority." Write about two instances where you have seen this slogan used in our culture.
8. How does Freud relate to the theme "bravery" of this novel?
9. Kant looked at the individual's perception as most important. How is this theory applicable to Sophie?
10. Hume believes that ethics come from sentiments and customs. How does this belief apply to Alberto?
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